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Stroud continues to rank highly in property searches

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With more than 11,000 searches* on Rightmove for properties for sale in Stroud in the last month, if you’re thinking of selling your home this winter, now could be a great time to get it on the market.

Increasingly popular with local buyers as well as with those further afield who are looking for a lifestyle change, Stroud continues to be in high demand and Rightmove figures show the town attracted considerably more searches last month than similarly sized UK places such as Yate, Trowbridge, Didcot, Bicester and Warwick.

Moreover, within Stroud and the surrounding five valleys, recent place searches on Rightmove revealed a Top 10 of most sought-after areas with homebuyers:

  1. Chalford
  2. Kings Stanley
  3. Bisley
  4. Randwick
  5. Woodchester
  6. Leonard Stanley 
  7. Amberley
  8. Rodborough
  9. Brimscombe
  10. Whiteshill

As the most popular area on the list, the village of Chalford is built on ascending terraces on the south facing slopes of the Golden Valley. Chalford is popular with families and older generations alike. A perfect spot for walkers, you can step straight out the door and onto local paths that will lead you to lookout points with stunning views across the valley in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Chalford also offers its own amenities including a supermarket, doctors’ surgery, pharmacy, large play park and highly regarded primary and secondary schools.

With demand for living in and around Stroud so high, and property prices continuing to rise, now is a great time to sell your home. Using their state-of-the-art virtual tour and photography technology, The Property Centre can capture the imagery of your Stroud home now, before you put up your Christmas decorations, leaving you to enjoy your December in peace.

Book a valuation with your local Stroud team to find out what your home could be worth.

*data based on Rightmove figures November 2021

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